Earlier this year, Regina Spektor released her new album, Remember Us To Life, and today she’s sharing a video for early single “Bleeding Heart.” It cuts together footage of a young Spektor with the present-day musician singing against an arts ‘n crafts backdrop. “Throughout my childhood I’d sometimes get tired of standing as [my father] took his light meter readings or asked me to play piano or pose,” Spektor explained to NPR, who debuted the music video. “But now when I look back on every recorded moment, I’m just grateful. It took hard work and patience on his part — most of the photos were developed and printed by him in his darkroom in spare time from work.” It was directed by Jack Dishel with animation and illustrations from Chris Tucci. Watch below.
Remember Us To Life is out now.